As long as the world is turning and spinning, we're gonna be dizzy and we're gonna make mistakes. ~Mel Brooks
I am waiting for the H1N1 flue vaccine.
While I wait I’m collecting information about the vaccine.
My good friend Gattina said ”Don't wait for this piggy flu vaccin ! Our doctors here recommend the normal seasonal flu vaccine for people at risk, because the other one is just a good business making for the pharma industry ! Meanwhile people start to understand the panic makers ! It's all about money !!
Conservative Glen Beck quoted on the Daily Show said “ It’s not if you trust the vaccine but do you trust the government.”
Louis Farrakhan , the National Representative of the Nation of Islam, said “ The vaccine is an attempt by the government to kill mass groups of people.”
At the same time all across the country unvaccinated people are dying from the H1N1 flue. Thus a Doctor said on National television you would have to be really stupid not to get vaccinated.
Of course he could have been paid off by the pharmaceutical industry, or the untrustworthy government got to him, or he could even be part of the plot to kill many of us.
Fox News said the government was trying to panic us with a fake H1N1 scare. Then it attacked the government for not getting the vaccine to us faster.
My Doctor says I should get the vaccine as soon as its available.
Of the bunch I trust my Doctor. He’s too poor to have been paid off by anybody.
So I’m waiting for the H1N1 vaccine.
The year seemed to be 1890. At least that’s what the calendar said.
The cement sidewalks were gone, replaced with sidewalks of boards. The paved road was now a rutted dirt road. Buildings changed to fit the time.
Homes had no running water but wells and hand pumps. The indoor plumbing replaced by a row of outhouses.
There were no telephones, computers, television sets , or electricity. There were candles and gas lamps for light.
The modern medical lab was gone and in its place and old fashioned Doctor’s office.
Nancy’s place had a big wood stove and a couple of huge coffee pots.
Wink’s Woods was now “ Wink’s General Store “ and Kivi & Maki were “Kivi’s Grain and Feed”
Eino now had a carriage place and stable.
Jack’s Sauna was in an older style building with hand pumps for water.
The town had a new Telegraph Office connecting it to the outside world.
The museum was now an old mansion but the piano still played there.
But the train still ran through and the dragons flew overhead.
Tommy still had his power.
Some things don’t change.